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Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage, S*xt@pe has finally been leaked after opening up about it some days ago (WATCH)

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Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage, S*xtape has finally been leaked after opening up about it some days ago.

Information Reaching Shinawins Has It That Nigerian Tiwa Savage Actually Lied About Her Sxtape, Which Was Actually A Pr Stunt For Her Forthcoming Music Video, Titled, “Somebody’S Son” Featuring Brandy.

Taking To Instagram Page, A Popular Blogger, Gistlovers, Revealed That Tiwa Savage Actually Lied About The SXtape And Confirmed That There Isn’T Any Blackmailer In The Actual World.

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Yesterday, Gistlovers Quickly Shared The Video Or SXtape Tiwa Savage Claimed Was The SXtape The Blackmailer Was Trying To Use Against Her.

Unfortunately, The Lady In The SXtape Is Actually A Porn Star, Who Really Looks Like Tiwa Savage (Tiwa Savage’S Doppelganger. That Was The Video Tiwa Wanted To Use For Her Pr Stunt.

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The Guy In The Sx Video Isn’T Even Tiwa Savage’S Boyfriend, But He’S An American Popular P@rn Actor.

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Nigerian soldiers assault Nollywood veteran Chiwetalu Agu over Biafra clothing

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Nigerian soldiers assault Nollywood veteran Chiwetalu Agu over Biafra clothing

Nollywood veteran actor, Chiwetalu Agu was molested by Nigerian Army troops for wearing Biafra clothing.

The movie legend was walking within the Upper Iweka Bridge in Anambra when the incident occurred.

Two soldiers suddenly accosted, wrestled Agu to the ground and drag him.

Agu was reportedly sharing food to the less privileged persons when government forces stopped him.

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Videos of the incident are trending amid wide condemnation of the military.

Agu, a staunch Biafra agitator, has been a vocal critic of the Buhari administration.

Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu, the Director, Army Public Relations did not take SHINAWINS calls as at press time.

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Tangale people express displeasure over hijack of Billiri market reconstruction by Kano businessmen

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Tangale people express displeasure over hijack of Billiri market reconstruction by Kano businessmen

The Tangale Community Development Association (TCDA) oin Gombe State n Thursday expressed displeasure over what they described as a hijack of the reconstruction of the Billiri market by members of the Kano business community, declaring it as fraught with injustice.

The Billiri in Billiri Local Government Area of Gombe State engulfed in crisis on 19th February 2021 following the selection of new Tai Tangale, the traditional ruler of the town, leading to razing of the market.

Addressing a press conference at the Press Centre of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) in Bauchi, a member of TCDA Board of Trustees, Dr Daniel Maddo, alleged that businessmen from Kano wanted to execute the project without involving Billiri indigenes.

Maddo said this was tantamount to mortgaging the future of the Tangale nation.

He said Mallam Danladi Sanusi, who was assuming the position of the Mai Tangle, had no power to institute such a project, declaring that it was purely within the purview of the local government council, the owner of the market.

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He informed that TCDA, which he said was established to promote economic and social wellbeing of the indigenous culture and customs of the Tangale people, among others, held a joint meeting of the Board of Trustees and Board of Elders on the 26th August 2021 and 2nd October 2021 respectively, where it was noted that the Kano businessmen discriminated against Christians who are in majority in the community.

He added that the meeting was dismayed with the N500 million compensation paid by the Gombe State government in respect of properties lost to owners of stalls burnt during the mayhem.

According to Maddo, “The forum noted with dismay the religious bias exhibited by the delegates of the Kano business community who came with relief materials and distributed them only to our Muslim brothers in a community where over 90 percent are Christians and members of both faiths were affected by the disturbances.

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“The forum also observed with dismay the compensation paid by the government in respect of properties lost to the tune of over N500 million to owners of stalls burnt during the mayhem.

“It was clearly established at the Commission of Inquiry set up by the government that all the stalls belong to the local government, save for 12 owned by the Pangurus but hired to mainly, non-indigenes.

“Video evidence presented by the state Muslim counsel also showed that most of the non-indigenes had packed their good’s from the stalls before they were burnt.”

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He lamented that the decision of the state government to pass the cost of about 80 percent of the compensation to Billiri Local Government Council, declaring that this was an indictment of the Billiri people.

“Most disturbing and unheard of governance was the resolve by the state government that 80 percent of the bill for the compensation would be borne by Billiri Local Government.

“In effect, therefore, the government of Gombe State under His Excellency, Mohammed Yahaya, had found the people of Billiri local government guilty before receiving the report of his own commission of enquiry and given them collective punishment.

“Equally disturbing is the over-bloated compensation that was paid which was not commensurate with the loses incurred,” he said.

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2022 budget: Senate President decries N6.26 deficit

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President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan has decried the level of deficit of the 2022 Budget.

He made this known at the presentation of the 2022 Budget estimates by President Muhammadu Buhari to a joint session of the National Assembly in Abuja on Thursday.

SHINAWINS recalls that the deficit as contained in the proposed budget stands at N 6.26 trillion.

Lawan, who noted that the level of the budget deficit is high, said both the legislature and the executive should work to reduce the deficit through the availability of more revenues.

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“Generating and collecting revenues have remained major challenges in our quest for development.

“The recent efforts by the national assembly as well as the executive to challenge the revenue-generating agencies is a step in the right direction.

“Equally important is the recent position taken by the Legislature and the Executive to insist on zero allocation for Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) that fail to remit/upload their revenues for the 2022 Appropriation.

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“This saw an increase in the contribution of the MDAs by over N400 billion. It is my view that MDAs can contribute to the Federation Account much more than that.

“This policy should be expanded and deepened to cover more MDAs,” Lawan said.

On borrowings, Lawan said: “We understand that due to paucity of revenue, the Federal Government has to resort to raising funds from foreign and domestic sources to provide infrastructure across the country.

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“That is why the national assembly approved the requests for borrowing.

“The Commitment of the Federal Government in providing infrastructure across the country means that the funds must be raised one way or the other.

“Government should also explore other sources of funding for its projects in order to reduce borrowing.”

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